How long have you been using your current daily use smartphone? What model is it? How did you manage to keep it going? What repairs did it need? Boosts appreciated!

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I've had a oneplus 2 since 2015. Immediately flashed lineage OS without Gapps on it, which I have been using since. Surprised the battery still lasts a day despite heavy use. It is pretty dented and scratched but the screen is still intact, as I had a protective foil on the screen from the beginning. Aside from occasionally removing compacted dust in either of the cable ports I haven't had to do any repairs.

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@rra I also have OnePlus! I had the OnePlus 1 and it lasted me 3 years until I scratched the simcard tray (this was due to my own stupidity πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ) but still works perfectly today (I tried it recently), then I got the OnePlus 3, I still have these phone since 2017 and it works better than some phones that were released later. I upgraded to the OnePlus 6t (and gifted the 3 to needy friends who got great use from it, I just needed a larger storage, I'll never get the smallest GB size with OnePlus again, as they outlive a time when that much storage is sufficient), that was in Jan 20, and it's still performing as good as when I got it. In my own experience ever OnePlus I've had has outperformed all competitors not only on features, but mostly on longevity

@rra I've bought used a oneplus 2 a few (2-4) years ago, installed #lineageOS and #fdroid and I love it πŸ’–
No repairs needed, only the usb-c cable didn't make it. Can recommend :)

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